Monthly Archives: June 2014

So I Guess I am a Dramaturg?: HowlRound article on the LMDA Canada mini-conference I’m published on my favorite online theatre journal, HowlRound. They are how I stayed connected into the theatre scene last summer whilst working the jobs in … Continue reading

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Still Making Theatre: June Week in Review

Sometimes it feels like I’m in Lala-land, just a blank page stuck in between two chapters of my life, wondering how the transition out of graduate school into “the real world” (finally? it feels like we young adults look at … Continue reading

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The Big C: Collaboration

At the end of the spring semester, I really wanted to collaborate with other artists. I had been on an emerging artists roundtable at Theatre Gargantua and talked to so many people about their projects, their collaborators. After a winter … Continue reading

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Playing the Tourist

For the past two weekends, I’ve been hosting guests in Toronto. First a friend from undergraduate (on the anniversary of our graduation from Rice University, might I add), and then my parents and grandma last weekend. It gave me two … Continue reading

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